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I have a batch file on a remote server. if i use remote desktop to connect to this server and run the batch file it runs as i would expect.

However i need to run this batch file from my local machine, using its mapped network drive (example: z:\apps\batchfile.bat)

When i run it from this location it does not run successfully.

Is it possible to run a batch file from a remote server from my machine as if i was running it from the server itself?

Or is there other ways to get round this problem?

Thanks James
Jan 16 '08 #1
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what does this batch file do? if it isn't too long can you post it? cuz i'm thinking that the paths may be incorrect.
Jan 16 '08 #2
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Im affraid the paths are correct, it launches the batch file but runs it from my local machine, what i need is the batch file to run as if it where run from the server. Is this possible?

the batch file is small:
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  1. scstools -r inet:DATADISS1:8000 -un myusername-pw mypassword-file PasswordUpdate.txt > PasswordUpdate.log
scstools is a program installed on the remote server.

cheers again.

Jan 16 '08 #3

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